- Oct 27, 2002
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But not necessarily in the same relative location within the image (center; top left; etc.)?
No, all over the place, but always seemingly in the sky part.
And before I or anyone else thinks that such a synthesis might usefully be more optically-perceptive than a....camera, surely a Pi Zero is one of these incredibly-decluttered minimalist IoT SBCs-the-size-of-a-matchbox? I'm going to guess (and, as you know, I'm not cheating by checking) that this single board computer may not exactly be awash with lots of RAM (ie if it glitches during any proper processing process....expectedly) resulting, quite possibly, in flawed outputs, well....kind of quite-like these pictures.
Indeed - it's hobbyist hardware that's so underpowered that it takes it about eight seconds to take a high-res photo. And I have it taking one every 20 seconds, so glitches are to be expected. It's fun that said glitches are always 'flying' through the sky though.